“Steven Universe: The Movie” To Feature Collaborations With Chance The Rapper & More

 

Steven Universe: The Movie is a new musical one-hour movie coming this Fall to Cartoon Network and it sounds like this will be by far the most ambitious project show creator Rebecca Sugar will have undertaken for the franchise just yet. Steven’s expected to take on a new threat coming to Beach City, and I guess he’s gonna need all of the musical collaborations he can get his hands on in order to be victorious. Chance the Rapper is not only collaborating on music with Sugar, but he’s also executive producer. Not only is the movie hitting Cartoon Network this fall, but an accompanying DVD and soundtrack will soon follow.

This is intense.

Here’s the poster.

Original Song Collaborations with:

Chance The Rapper
Estelle
Gallant
Aimee Mann
aivi & surasshu
Jeff Liu
James Fauntleroy
Macie Stewart
Mike Krol
Jeff Ball
Grant Henry
Julian “Zorsy” Sanchez

Performances by
Estelle (as Garnet)
Patti LuPone (as Yellow Diamond)
Uzo Aduba (as Bismuth)
Christine Ebersole (as White Diamond)
Lisa Hannigan (as Blue Diamond)
Zach Callison (as title character Steven Universe)
Deedee Magno Hall (as Pearl)
Michaela Dietz (as Amethyst)Tom Scharpling (as Greg Universe)
Shelby Rabara (as Peridot)
Erica Luttrell (as Sapphire)
Charlyne Yi (as Ruby)
Grace Rolek (as Connie Maheswaran)
Jennifer Paz (as Lapis Lazuli)
Kate Micucci (as Sadie)
Matthew Moy (as Lars)
Toks Olagundoye (as Nanefua Pizza)

 

 

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